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back up. >> think you got beat there, read. knock high hand down. >> as he tucks the ball on the outside, i'll come through and punch through. >> wow! >> that is a fumble and maybe workmen's comp. >> there you go. he punched it out, buddy. he got it back. >> good punch. >> we'll let the viewers decide. but it one. us have a big advantage as a safety. >> you had some ten after the. >> we'll give it to you. thank you for the day. >> leave it to him. >> much more still ahead as fox 5 morning news at 5:00 begins now. wednesday more than, august 11 already. a live look outside at 5:00 this morning. thank you for being here. i'm gurvir dhindsa.
>> i'm he wisdom martin sitting in for steve chenevey. welcome to fox 5 morning news. >> nice to have you here. >> a pleasure to be here. >> he is usually on the dark side, the night owls. >> we don't see much of him. >> it is cool to be here. >> it is hot outside. >> a good time to be inside. >> maybe the only cool place in all of washington right now. >> 80 degrees outside? >> 82 degrees. we didn't get down to 80 and we're waiting for that. we'll bounce back up to 90 later. >> this is like mississippi weather. >> there you go. >> spoken by two people would used to live in mississippi. >> we set a record high or tied a record high yesterday at reagan national way high of 98. currently, 82-degree at reagan national. it is only 5:00 in the morning. so our typical high this time of year would be in the mid- to upper 80s. we are almost there already.
80 in ocean city, 73 in frederick. 79 in winchester. hagerstown, 78 degrees. you get the idea here. very steamy start. we have a lot of morning haze and plenty of humidity in addition to high temperatures once again in the upper 90s. satellite-radar, very quiet conditions. any time you talk about a weather mass like this with this extreme heat, it is very difficult to get thunderstorms generated. today will be no exception. should be a quiet one. we are not expecting any shower or thunderstorm activity to arrive until later tonight into the daytime hours tomorrow when we'll get some pleasant changes. hazy, hot and humid. you know the drill. mostly sunny skies. 98 your afternoon high and that is more than 10 degrees above where it should be. >> what is the record today? >> 101 at reagan national. 96 at dulles. >> julie wright has a look at the roads right now. >> good morning. wisdom martin, look out world, here he is. i can't believe it. >> julie, it is always good to see you in the morning. you always welcome me.
i feel like i'm part of the morning family now especially since i'm inside and outside. i don't want to be out there. >> the rule is. the new guy on the desk has to bring breakfast. >> okay. doughnuts from everybody. krispy kreme for everybody. >> you got it. >> on the roads, you will find the lingering construction clearing. it was on the inner loop at route 4 pennsylvania avenue tying up the two left lanes. northbound i-95 look good as you continue northbound up towards lorton. the problem is at the 122-mile marker before you reach the exit there in thornburgh. that is where we have traffic narrowed down to one lane. heads up as you try to make the trip out of fredericksburg and head northbound into stafford. traveling the top stretch of the beltway leaving college park. southbound 270 leaving montgomery village avenue head into rockville. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >> thank you. we're following a developing story this morning.
metro is bracing for a possible attack following reports of a threat being planned on the system. >> metro transit police say they are monitoring information from the department of homeland security that involved an tax being planned from another country. fox 5's sarah similar monday is live at metro center with more. >> reporter: intelligence officials came out sunday saying there was a person from turkey that bought a passport with intentions of coming to the u.s. to do harm to the metro system. the deputy chief of homeland security is calling this a low- level threat. there is no substantial supporting evidence, he says. they have come up with no suspect as of yet. transit police officers are aware and keeping an eye out. they are asking riders to call transit police if they see anything suspicious. now, it just so happens that several law enforcement agencies conducted an anti- terrorism drill on metro an
mark system yesterday in montgomery county running several terrorism detection exercises. officials claim that there was no specific threat, there was nothing they were responding to. there was no reason for the anti-terrorism drills, that they were just preparing. at this point, very timely though as you see what came out from the homeland security department just on sunday. sarah simmons, fox 5 news. back to you. >> thank you. the other big story we're following this morning, we are learning more about the deadly plane crash in alaska that killed former u.s. senator ted stevens. in all, five people died. four survived including sean o'keefe and his son. the plane went down on the way tie fishing trip in remote alaska. some of the other people on the plane are from our area. jim moreheart of alexandria, virginia survived.
he was chief of staff for the senate appropriation committee. bill philips was killed in that crash. his 13-year-old son willy survived. the search continues for a man want the in at least 20 attacks in three states. they have a new clue in the search. will thomas has the latest. >> reporter: leesburg pd just released surveillance video of the suspected serial killer's suv. the footage captured last friday just moments before he attacked a 19-year-old man with a hammer. this is the camera in the leesburg plaza that captured the images. another camera rolled on the hammer assault but investigators aren't releasing it. >> you see that the individual appears to be stalking his victims or victim in this case. >> reporter: this updated photo from police shows an example of the suspect's vehicle, a late
1990s to early 000 green chevy s-10 blazer with tan trim. >> i purely believe his motivation is pure hatred. we want our community to be vigilant, to be ware but not to let someone like this control their lives. >> reporter: leesburg police on tuesday confirmed the stabbings and hammer attack in virginia are lippinged to a series of stabbings in the flint area which is now reporting a 16th case. then this past saturday in toledo, a suspect fitting the same description stabed a man outside of church. a total of five people are now dead. how it you hear about this? >> i heard on the radio. >> reporter: what it you think when you heard this in. >> this was crazy. couldn't believe nothing happening like that. >> reporter: brian hardiant his colleagues just just arrived to build tennis courts for two weeks. police believe it is possible the serial killer is back in virginia, news that is unsettling to these young men
would wanted to study it is suspect's suv description very carefully. >> i think everybody is fearful. >> will thomas, fox 5 news. >> and new to a murder mystery involving awe d.c. man stabbed to death inside his home. the victim is 4-year-old delondo king, a federal worker at the indian health services. investigators say surveillance video captures king and an unknown man entering the building early sunday morning. man is seen leaving about an hour later carrying a bag. police don't believe the murder was random and they are hoping to release surveillance video sometime today. a republican candidate facing allegations of kidnapping and that is not all. coming up. >> you may never have to spend time searching for a parking space again. we'll show you the new high- tech method that work in our area. [ female announcer ] welcome to busch gardens williamsburg,
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sprsz. headaching headlines, there are altbaigs against republican rand paul. he is denying allegations in gq magazine that he kidnapped a woman while in college and forced her >> if i can't get my dignity back here, then fire your best shot and get rid of me threw expulsion. gentleman harsh words on the floor of the house of representatives. charlie rangel says he not stepping down. he is facing 13 ethics charges among other things. he says the ethics committee has worked too closely over the last two years. >> but the ethics committee won't even tell me what i'm going to have a hearing and heck, people are concerned about me. i don't want to die before the
hearing. >> rangel says he won't be able to defend himself before next month. some mobile speed cameras are up and running in the d.c. area. they will officially start issuing fines today. we have what you need to know coming up after the break. you need to know it will be extremely hot around here this afternoon. high temperatures once again soaring into the upper 90s. i'll have the details on that forecast and julie wright is in with a look at your on-time traffic. that coming up in a few minutes. >> so, ah, your seat good?
got the mirrors all adjusted? you can see everything ok? just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad. >> and call me--but not while you're driving. we knew this day was coming. that's why we bought a subaru.
the next generation of does. it is very voicing to me, getting up that early in the morning, looking at the temperature in the car being 83 degrees. >> i thought you were saying it was surprising getting up this early in the morning. >> that too. once i did wake up and get going. >> yes, it is unpleasant. i think we've all had enough of this. upper 90s, lots of humidity around here.
yesterday we tied record highs annual highs an -- and we'll do it again this afternoon. >> we need a break. >> can't provide with you that today. >> one more day. >> got to keep cool. it will got a little better tomorrow. 98 at reagan national. that tied the record back to 1943. tull less yesterday, 95. bwi marshall 97. hope you line these numbers because we'll see them again this afternoon as these temperatures will get a chance to jump very quickly and we are going to soar right back into the upper 90s. how many days of 90s have we had this summer. well, we've now passed the 50- day mark. that's right. 50 days where the temperature has been 90 or above including sick now for the month of august. the record is 67 days in a year. that is set back in 1980. so we have still got a ways to go to set a record not number
of 90-degree days. 83-degree at 5:00 a.m. 79 in quantico. 73 in leonardtown. annapolis, 82. we'll jump right through the 80s by 8:00 this morning and then once again as we've done over and over again, these temperatures will top out well above where they should be, right back into the upper 90s with about no chance, about no chance here for any shower or thunderstorm activity this afternoon. satellite-radar, fairly quiet weather pattern. we have this area of high pressure parked off to the south and east. that is that bermuda high that will be responsible for another hot one today. a little frontal system off to the north and east here. we'll called day back door cold front. it will become better organized. slide down the coast tonight and as we get into the daytime hours tomorrow, bring us more cloud cover, slightly cooler weather and a better chance for showers and thunderstorms. this will be the end of the heat wave today. high temperatures tomorrow will be back into the upper 80s to about 90. take it seesy out there.
98degrees. lots of sunshine. heat index, lots of water. if you have animals outdoors, bring them indoors if you can or give them lots of water. 90 tomorrow, a little cooler with the clouds. friday, saturday an sunday, not too bad. highs in the mid- to upper 80s. that will feel a lot better with a chance of a few scattered storms on friday. let's get to on-time traffic and julie wright. >> looking pretty good if you are traveling the top stretch of the beltway between college park and bethesda. no problems reported on 395 leaving seminary road headed out to the 14th street bridge. lingering roadwork, they are doing some repaving northbound 95 at massaponix. only the right lane gets through. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. new this morning, a pedestrian was struck and killed in prince george's county. police say a 16-year-old girl was hit by a car just before 10:00 last night in district heights on marlboro pike. officers arid of a to find her lying on the road. she was taken to the hospital
where she was pronounced ted. driver did stay on the scent and has in the been charged. police say speed and alcohol do not appear to be factors. you better be careful about speeding through the district. police have now destayed a mobile enforcement radar unit. starting today, they will be handing out tickets to the speeding drivers. for the past month or so, drivers had only been given warnings. most of the mobile units are along major roads in southeast d.c. be especially careful when you are traveling through work zones. fines there may be doubled. how many times do you circumstancal a block in search of a parking space. drivers are complaining there are not enough spots. but there is new technology that may soon change that. stacy cohan has the story. >> reporter: road rage is a well-known euphemism for the intense conditions on area roads but what about parking panic? that feeling of rounding the block and pulling tricky
maneuvers just to find an open space in which to slide your ride. well, d.c. is testing a new technology called occupancy sensors. >> it is really just a small disc that is underneath the car or that is in the space and that actually sends information back that tells us whether there is somebody parked in that space or not. >> right now, city is just using the discs to keep track of your parking habits. but the technology can soon do much more than that. eventually, the city may use those sensors to send a until to your phone or computer and let you know when a car pulls out and a spot opens up. >> newly installed parking sensors detect when a seas is available. >> reporter: right now, san francisco is testing a program that does just that and similar sensors are already used in local airports to alert drivers to open spaces. so what do our drivers think about this? >> that is great. i think they should do that as soon as possible.
>> would you use something like that? >> i think it is great for people that have phones that would use it. >> would you just rather kind of find it. is it like a thrill of the kill when you find a space. >> it's get bit exciting. >> if the thrill is gone for you being be patient panicked parkers because these little happy hearts may one day be seen on a street near you. the d.c. department of transportation encourages drivers to share their input on all pilot programs and other new technology. can you go to myfoxdc.com and link to their web site. there is promising news in the fight against a mind- robbing disease. what researchers are saying about a test involving alzheimer's. a local university way great reputation to academe ins adds another distinction to its
there is a possible breakthrough in the fight against alzheimer's. doctors a say new spienlt fluid test is 100% accurate in detecting the onset of the disease. research ares studied old every adults with mild cognitive problems, no cognitive problems and with full-blown alzheimer's. they could accurately predict whether the patients would develop the disease later in
life. a los angeles county board of supervisors has approved a $198,000 settlement to a whom had an unnecessary double mastectomy. she will get $5,000 for her medical bills. two outside pathologists had determined the woman had cancerous cells. a hospital path otlologist concluded she didn't have cancer. she suffered from a benign condition that had similar cells. the $26 billion jobs gill is now law. president obama signed it just hours after it passed in the house. it includes $10 bill $10 -- billion for schools to rehire teachers an money to stop layoffs of police an other public workers. later today, the president is due to sign a manufacturing bill to create jobs and cut costs for businesses by using taxes on imported materials. there is a dubious distinction for georgetown
university. the school came in second on forbes list of most expensive college dorms. forbes only looked at schools that require freshmen to live on campus. the plane crash that killed former senator ted stevens is having a great impact in alaska and here in the tease area with at least one victim and several survivors from this region. >> the latest on what caused the plane to go down is coming up. a threat is discovered against d.c.'s metro system. coming up, here hear the department of homeland security's response to it. i'm sarah simmons. i'll have a live report when fox 5 morning news returns. "know the species, know the stain." lanolin-free coat, i know it's an alpaca. walks in here, looks says "hey look, it's a llama!" cleaning the stain like he would a llama stain. time he's wasting. ♪ call 1-800-steemer
bp and coast guard officials have stopped drilling on a relief well in the gulf of mexico as a tropical depression is making its way toward the oil spill site off the coast of louisiana with 35-mile an hour winds. it is expected to become a tropical storm today. the drilling could be delayed for about three days. >> likely to become danielle in the next hours. around here, a lot of heat. temperatures in the upper 90s. we thought 98 and that was the
high temperature. that tied a record at reagan national. >> so more of the same slow and steady. >> lots of steady looking forward. i guess the good news in the forecast is if you can hang in there one more day, we'll get relief tomorrow as high temperatures will only be about 90. remember the good old days? >> as long as the humidity is down. >> look how unpleasant it is right now. 83degrees at 5:30 in the morning. things are relatively dry when you consider the temperature at this hour. but later this afternoon, we'll be talking about more extreme heat with again actual air temperatures near 100 your heat index pushing 105. here is your satellite-radar, very quiet conditions. a couple of light sprinkles well off to the north this morning. our chans for rain and/or thunderstorm activity here today are close to zero. should be a dry one out there. just very hot with a few
passing clouds during the course of the day. we'll watch this pattern break down during the overnight hours. the cool spot, culpeper, you are only getting a 96. >> thank you. time to check in with julie wright to see what is going on with the roads. >> in the a lot right now which is a good thing. you will find the lane are open if you are traveling in virginia along northbound i-95. the roadwork has cleared. good news as you continue northbound headed up into stafford. no problems to report north of 7100 leaving the fairfax county parkway headed out towards the beltway. 270 traffic behaving nicely out of frederick. no problems to report as you travel into rockville. outer loop at speed college park around towards 270. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. we are following a developing story this morning. metro is bracing for a possible tax following reports of a threat being planned on the system. >> metro transit police say
they are monitoring information from the department of homeland security that involves an tax being planned from another country. fox 5's sarah similar monday -- simmons is live with more. >> reporter: intelligence officials found out there was someone from corky who had bought a passport and had intentions of coming here to the u.s -- someone from turkey. the deputy chief of homeland security is calling this a low- level threat. they say there is for substantial evidence to point to at this point that this was fog to occur. transit police officers are aware and they are keeping an eye out and are asking riders to call transit police if they see anything that is the least bit suspicious. now, it just so happens that several law enforcement agencies conducted an anti- terrorism drill on metro and the mark system on yesterday in
montgomery county. they were running several terrorism detection type exercises and deterrent exercises. officials claim that this was no response to any specific threat but you can see how timely this is, this news coming out from the homeland security on sunday. we're live here at the metro center. sarah simmons, fox 5 news. back to you. out big story we are working on, that tragic plane crash in alaska. former u.s. senator ted stevens is among the five people killed while on the way to a fishing trip. turns out some of the other passengers are from this area. an ntsb team is working in the rugged area of alaska searching for any clues as to white plane went down. fox's lauren green has the latest on the crash and reaction from lawmakers. >> reporter: navigating in a notoriously tough place to ply, experiencing rain and fog, a seaplane goes down slamming into a remote alaskan mountain
side. investigators with the national transportation safety board got to the crash site tuesday about # 25 miles southwest of anchorage. >> the tier -- about 325 miles southwest of anchorage. >> the terrain is very difficult. there was a 100-yard gash in the hillside. >> reporter: former senator ted steveness was among five killed. the group was on a fishing trip. the survives were stranded overnight until help could reach them through the rocky terrain. some good samaritans came to their aid. >> what we can say very clearly is there was a lot of selfless work that was done last night and there are a lot of people
who were applying their skills and also supporting those individuals who were trapped to the hillside. >> reporter: the plane was flying by visual flight rules an was not required to file a flight plan. stevens was the longest serving gop senator in history and a legend in his state, often called uncle ted y our hearts are broken, lives are shattered and we have lost one of the great of the leaders that this state will ever see. >> reporter: stevens survived a 1978 plane crash that killed his wife ann and several others. lauren green, fox news. >> some of another people on the plane are from our area. jim mooreheart of alexandria, virginia survived. he was chief of staff for the senate prongs committee. bill phillips senate appropriation committee. bill phillips was killed in
that crash. his son willy survived. two people died in a crash in western massachusetts. the plane was owned by aa man in ellicott city but we don't know if he was on the plane. the plane had just taken off from the town of orange and was headed to maine. the search continues this morning for a serial killer linked to three attacks in leesburg and multiple attacks in michigan and ohio. police say the man in this sketch has gun going around stalking people and stabbing and taxing them. so far, there 20 victims across three states. authorities released new surveillance of the suspect in an suv just a few minutes before he beat a 19-year-old man with a hammer. elsewhere in leesburg, another 15-year-old and a 67-year-old were stabbed. all three virginia victims survived. investigators are now working closely with the fbi and police in michigan and ohio. >> i truly believe his motivation is his pure hatred. this is an individual that is very dangerous. we want our community to be vigilant, to be aware but not
to let someone like this control their lives. >> police have release awe new photo which shows an example of of the suspect's vehicle. it's late 1990s to early 2000 green chevy s-10 blazer with tan trim. nearly all of his victims are african-american. if you live in the arlington area and were expecting a gift card that never arrived, investigators may know why. alva jackson is accused of stealing about 20 letters a week, looking for the gift cards and going on shopping industries all over town. vehicle ours searched jackson's home and found more than 130 pieces of stolen mail from the arlington main post office where she worked. >> it's shame. i mean i it could happen anywhere. >> it is so sad that they do things like this and they
breach the trust of the postal service. >> investigators believe she started essentialing gift cards in october of 2008. -- stealing gift cards in 2008. american idol star fantasia hospitalized. find out what her manager says center there. the dow and knack were down on tuesday even with news that the federal reserve plans to take steps to stabilize the economic recovery. asian markets were also down today with a big hit for the nikkei t lost 2.5%. we'll talk more about this in our business beat in our 6:00 hour. -- the dow and nasdaq were down on tuesday. we'll be right back. ai
six teenagers are arrested and charged in a series of attacks and robberies in rehoboth beach. police say the crime spree happened at the south end of the boardwalk. in some cases, the victims were badly beaten. american idol winner fantasia is in the hospital in north carolina after an overdose but she is expected to be okay. her manager says the singer took a combination of aspirin and a sleep aid after feeling overwhelmed by the court filings and media attention surrounding her relationship with antoine cook. her manager con forms the two had been dating on and off but says cook told her he was
separated. turning trash into treasure. up next on fox 5 morning news, find out how the food cycle at one area food bank is coming full circle. a massive chunk of ice is drifting across the arctic ocean after breaking off a glacier in greenland. what sort of danny gonzalez are does this pose to the environment and the economy? we'll find out when fox 5 morning news returns.
an island of ice is drifting across the arctic and could impact shipping lane. it is four times bigger than manhattan. the image on the left shows it before it broke off. on the right, you can see the iceberg. there are oil platforms and shaping lanes in the path of the giant iceberg. any collision could do potential damage and a worse case scenario, ice chunks could reach waters with lots of ships, the same place where an iceberg sank the titanic in 1912. >> gosh! >> that is huge. >> that is four times the size of manhattan. >> big iceberg. >> yes, indeed. >> we could seduce that as contract washington area. >> all the time we were complaining about the snow we were getting, i don't know that we should still be complaining after all of that, snow up to
here? >> extreme weather. >> lots of extreme weather. i heard -- real quick, i heard an ad this morning for snow blowers. i'm thinking why are you trying to sell snow blowers when it is 100 degrees outside. that could be tough to do. our testimonies way be on the extreme side. talking about highs in the upper 90s to near 100-degree. yesterday appear daytime high was 98 degrees. that tied the record at reagan national. forecast today, these are salve air temperatures, 98. it won't feel that cool. it will feel more like 100 to 105. friday and saturday, look at that, much better. we'll be near seasonal averages with highs in the mid to to upper 80s by friday and saturday. so hang in there one more day with this he can stream weather. temperatures, mighty unpleasant for 5:30 in the morning. 83-degree at reagan national.
79 in quantico. 73 in gaithersburg and frederick. 82 in annapolis. leonardtown, 73. this stagnant weather pattern continues as we have high pressure parked to our south and our east. not much happening. thunderstorm activity well over to the north an west. it won't get into the washington area today as this area of high pressure just too strong to budge a lot. our winds kill continue to pick up here out of the west an south during the course of the affect. we should be high and dry here with lots of heat. again, actual air temperature is expected to once again soar into the upper 90s. to the south we go and here we are. we are west and south of tampa. this is a tropical depression likely to become tropical storm danielle and it is pushing towards the northern gulf. could peak landfall by thursday night somewhere near northerly enas a strong tropical storm. we'll watch the movement here as it tracks off to the north and west over the next 24 to 48 hours. our forecast a hot one. 98, the actual air temperature will feel more like 100 plus. hot and humid with winds oust north at about five to 10 miles
per hour. the five-day forecast, overnight tonight, no relief. 78. here comes that little back door cold front chugging down 95. highs tomorrow with cloud cover about 90-degree and here comes cooler weather with a scattered shower or thunderstorm by friday. that is a look at the forecast. let's get to on-time traffic and julie wright has the latest for us. >> going to be incident rhetting driving on 395 and the 14th street bridge. they've changed the construction pat were here. now only one lane to the left is getting through on this work zone as you travel northbound 395 passing the exit for the gw parkway. you can see the cones right here. they are pushing everybody over to the left. from this particular camera angle, i got one lane to the left an one lane to the right as you cross over the potomac headed to the southeast- southwest freeway. delays building from before the pentagon trying to head into downtown. go north on 295. that is, woulding well for you. if you are hov accessible, that is an option for you to come inbound along 66. southbound 270, no problems to report out of hyattstown headed
to the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. inperson and a less familiar name was the winning ticket during last nate's primary elects. >> appointed senator michael bennett won the democratic nomination in colorado with the endorsement of the white house. his opponent had the support of former president bill clinton. benefit the will now face prosecutor ken buck. in connecticut, linda mcmahon easily captured the republican senate primary. she faces democratic attorney general richard blumenthal in november. the republican runoff for georgia governor is too close to call. congressman nation an deal and former sex of state karen handle each claim 50% of the vote with 99% of the precincts reporting. under georgia law, the run are- up can request a recount if the margin is less than 1%.
from the farm to the food bank, it is not what you expect. after all, food banks are full of canned goods, right? maybe. and they are not necessarily true. >> we normally think, a food bank, you just bring in the canned goods but these days, things are changing a little bit. one local nonprofit is helping the food cycle come full circle. beth parker has the story. >> reporter: crisp green vegetables, succulent vegetables. this is the food bank that buys food from the montgomery county farmers. >> i thought it was phenomenal. >> reporter: paul kicker son lined up here to help feed his family. he is a barber with his own business but it is not enough money to get by. >> i have no idea how much they are actually helping like all of our families. >> reporter: here, they've built a relationship with the farmers by buying food from
them and because of that, they are also getting seconds so the farm he's are getting things like this, an extra large zucchini. look how big it is compared for a typical one. this is something that i farmer would probably just leave out if the field instead of selling. but in this case, it is perfectly useful here at the food bank. >> i had one lady tell me how excited she was to share a watermelon with her children for the first time. >> reporter: in the past, if food donated by a grocery store was spoiled, they they had to throw it away. now, they are dropping it into a green compost box. volunteer organizations transport it for button form in germantown. >> the idea is anything that greese out of the ground or comes from an animal needs to go into another animal or go back to the ground. >> reporter: six months later, those old fruits an vegetables become fertilizer for the same farmers who help the food bank. closing the loop, growing food and a sense of community too.
in montgomery county, beth parker, fox 5 news. >> there are a left fresh vegetables but the man np a food cemter is low on canned goods. it will be accepting donations at the entrances of the montgomery county fair. fans are winning thanks to the team with the redskins. a new job for the former white house social secretary. what desiree rogers will be doing now, when we come back.
it appears as though lady luck has been hanging around a redskins training camp. >> so far, not any injuries to talk about. some red rein are getting a taste of winning by way of the virginia lottery y we are here with paula otto. thank you for coming back. >> the tickets are now $10. lasted year, wade $20 price point. we are down to $10 which is a great bargain because we still have a $1 million top prize. >> so you lowered the price. >> the pry is still the same. >> this is the ticket. >> nearly 5,000 retailers across virginia and something else that is unusual is we have seven tickets this year. these are collector items. redskins legacy is the theme and so what we have are seven
different logos that have been used throughout the redskins favorite. one of them, which is my par favorite, is the one that is connected with the 1982 world championship. >> always good to be connected with a champion. >> that particular ticket is harder to get. we didn't print as many of those. >> how many of those did you print? >> it is a little harder to those. we sold one of these earlier. i told the player that is a super special ticket. it is harder to get that one. >> okay. >> other prizes include a trip to the dallas cowboys plane aboard the redskins plane. that is riding first class. also season and single game tickets. and the price of the scratch- offs are now $10. >> dave ross will join us live from redskins park beginning next hour so stay tuned for his interview with deangelo hall.